Contact: Paul Brubaker 973-523-5152/201-704-6981
Friday, April 30, 2010
Monday, April 26, 2010
Remember every time a species goes extinct the sound or the universe we all hear daily is altered.
Elephants, Whales, the ancient great mammals live in family units, groups. When they are gone and the earth can no longer support us or our greed gets the better of the "Environment" our lives will exponentially alter. It will be, duller , different, with out delicate differences and nuance we don't have full awareness of. .
Like small children with out an understanding of the ramifications of our actions or the ability to take responsibility we are carelessly diminishing the exquisit beauty our world.
The site above is addressing these issues. I think it is a good one. Ck it out
in reference to: The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust: A Haven for Elephants and Rhinos (view on Google Sidewiki)
Sunday, April 25, 2010
Dempsey's Pub, 61 2nd Avenue, between 3rd and 4th Streets.
A family that survived the Cambodian Khmer Rouge has rebuilt their lives, establishing themselves in San Diego. The son, Sann, tormented by memories of the killing fields, copes with his anger by painting violent graffiti on a city underpass. When his mother reaches out to an illegal immigrant from Central America, Sann must confront his fears without destroying his family.
Rain Breaw is an independent film director/producer currently working with Laura Ziskin Productions on the Stand Up 2 Cancer initiative. She is also working on PSAs and music videos, in addition to preparing her first feature. A graduate of the USC MFA Production Program, Rain has produced the feature Mr. Sadman and numerous shorts.
Three Cambodian-American teenagers come of age in a world shadowed by their parents' nightmares of the Khmer Rouge. Traditional Cambodian dance links them to their culture, but fast cars, hip consumerism and new romance pull harder. Gradually coming to appreciate their family's sacrifices, the teens find a balance between their parents' dreams and their own.
Julie Mallozzi's films explore the fluidity of cultural identity and historical memory. Her subjects are often people who, displaced from one country to another, manage to succeed in their new circumstances. She is interested in the ways culture relates to contemporary problems.
58 Galleries gather present their new & original images
April 29,2010, ART MONACO 2010�
Fifty-eight international galleries exhibiting hundreds of artists from all around the globe have been exclusively chosen for this year’s fair by the Selection Committee. The exhibiting galleries include both emerging and established artists with young and innovative programs.�
One man shows or presentations include: Alessandro Dubini Limited Edition, Atelier Terminal, Kehrig Fine Art, Neue Kunst Gallery, Koltchine Studio,Studio Rozga, Studio Sole, Art Valeri, Studio Bruton, Edward Waites Sculptures, Danny BrownSculptures, Studio Borkowska, Atelier Kalliste.�
Here is a preview of some of multi and solo-artist exhibitors that will be present as of April 29 at�Art Monaco’10:�
firstname.lastname@example.org Nice: 33 (48) 306 6230 / New York: 1 (347) 332 6907�
WHERE Grimaldi Forum - Monaco�
WHEN Thursday April 29, 18:00 to 22:00 (VIP Reception)�
Friday April 30th, 10:30 to 20:00�
Saturday May 1st, 10:00 to 20:00�
Sunday May 2nd, 10:00 to 19:00�"
Monday, April 19, 2010
9 - 31 July 2010
Opening week: 9-16 July 2010
This summer 13 European galleries will find their temporary home in the harbour part of Reykjavik, establishing an international art district for a month.
You are most welcome to attend the exclusive week of openings, performances, concerts, and meetings. See you there!
Croy Nielsen (Berlin), Foksal Gallery Foundation (Warsaw), Galerie Jocelyn Wolff (Paris), Galleria Zero (Milan), Hollybush Gardens
(London), hunt kastner (Prague), i8 (Reykjavik), IBID Projects (London), Jan Mot (Brussels), Johann König (Berlin), Kling & Bang
(Reykjavik), Raster (Warsaw), Rodeo (Istanbul), Tulips & Roses (Vilnius)
Sunday, April 18, 2010
Escape from New York
exhibition curated by Olympia Lambert
a collaboration with the Paterson Arts Council
On Saturday, May 15, 2010, the New York art world invades New Jersey in mass exodus, leaving behind a cramped Manhattan for the wide open spaces of Paterson, NJ.
Open to the public each weekend through June 19, 2010, at 24 1/2 Van Houten Street in the Great Falls Historic District
Saturday, April 17, 2010
NORTHPORT, NY, April 16, 2010 – LaMantia Gallery has announced its next community-focused art gallery opening and fundraiser will be held on Saturday, May 22 from 7-9 p.m. Featuring world-renowned artist Robert Finale, the event will benefit the Thomas Hartman Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, Inc., the charity founded by Long Island spiritual leader and “God Squad” TV co-host Father Tom.
"NORTHPORT, NY, April 16, 2010 – LaMantia Gallery"
- Fine Art Magazine Home (view on Google Sidewiki)